Watch out for social media throughout terror occasions, NHS tips warn

Beware of social media during terror events, NHS guidelines warn NHS employees and terror assault victims and their households have been warned concerning the dangers of utilizing social media in new tips issued by NHS England. The information cautions that web trolls could topic victims to “vile and upsetting abuse”, as was seen after the Manchester and London terror assaults. It additionally warns folks to be cautious of journalists in

Highly effective painkiller use 'doubled in 15 years'

Powerful painkiller use 'doubled in 15 years' The usage of doubtlessly addictive painkillers throughout England has doubled within the final 15 years, based on a report by main public well being specialists. Researchers discovered one in 20 individuals was being prescribed opioid painkillers, similar to codeine and tramadol. In addition they discovered that medication had been being prescribed for longer durations of time. Specialists say long-term use results in a

Public 'tricked' into shopping for unhealthy meals

Public 'tricked' into buying unhealthy food Media playback is unsupported in your gadget The UK’s weight problems disaster is being fuelled by companies pushing unhealthy meals and bigger parts on consumers, based on well being specialists. The Royal Society for Public Well being warned shoppers have been being tricked by a advertising and marketing ploy referred to as upselling. The tactic includes outlets, cafes and eating places encouraging clients to

Endometriosis: My life filled with ache

Endometriosis: My life full of pain Endometriosis is not simply painful durations, it is a continual situation in a league of its personal. One in 10 ladies has it but, within the UK, it takes on common seven years to get it accurately identified by a physician – one thing specialists wish to change. With endometriosis, tissue that behaves like womb lining is present in different bits of the physique,

Zika virus used to deal with aggressive mind most cancers

Zika virus used to treat aggressive brain cancer A dangerous virus that may trigger devastating mind injury in infants may provide up a stunning new therapy for grownup mind most cancers, based on US scientists. Till now, Zika has been seen solely as a worldwide well being risk – not a treatment. However newest analysis exhibits the virus can selectively infect and kill hard-to-treat cancerous cells in grownup brains. Zika

'I used to be informed I'd be fired due to migraines'

'I was told I'd be fired because of migraines' Many employers don’t perceive the horrible results of migraines and will do extra to assist employees with the situation, three UK charities say. With one in seven individuals affected, their analysis suggests extra assist and consciousness from bosses is required. Fiona McKenzie, 33, was informed by one among her former employers she can be fired if her absences resulting from migraines

The worst is but to come back for the NHS – hospital chiefs

The worst is yet to come for the NHS – hospital chiefs The NHS in England might undergo its worst winter in latest historical past if it doesn’t obtain an emergency bailout, hospital chiefs are warning. They are saying the money is required to pay for additional workers and beds as a result of makes an attempt to enhance funds have failed. The federal government has given councils an additional

Boots workers 'harassed' by morning-after capsule campaigners

Boots staff 'harassed' by morning-after pill campaigners Boots has accused a being pregnant charity of encouraging the “harassment” of its senior staff in a dispute over the price of its morning-after capsules. Legal professionals for Boots stated the British Being pregnant Advisory Service (BPAS) helped supporters to ship a “torrent of private abuse” to members of workers. Members of the general public contacted Boots utilizing an internet type offered by

One in three 'sick notes' for psychological well being, says NHS

One in three 'sick notes' for mental health, says NHS Almost a 3rd of match notes issued by GPs are for psychiatric issues, says an NHS report. This makes them the commonest purpose for folks to take time without work work, forward of musculoskeletal ailments. There was a 14% rise in notes regarding nervousness and stress between 2015-16 and 2016-17. The Royal School of Psychiatrists stated the findings had been

NHS launches £100m drive to recruit overseas GPs

NHS launches £100m drive to recruit foreign GPs The NHS in England is to pay recruitment companies £100m as a part of an enormous worldwide drive to spice up the variety of GPs. Contracts have been put out to tender that might see half of the additional 5,000 GPs promised by 2020 introduced in from overseas. It comes because the NHS continues to wrestle to coach and retain its home-grown